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Low-Cost Counseling in Austin

In alignment with anti-oppression work, I am committed to working with clients across all socioeconomic backgrounds. Currently, my sliding scale spots are full, however you are welcome to reach out about getting on my waitlist. If you would like to find affordable therapy sooner, I recommend checking out these low-cost mental health care resources in Austin.

Open Path Collective
An online directory where therapists list their open sliding availability. ($30-$60, All over)

Capital Area Counseling
Counseling provided by interns. ($10-$55, Central/East Austin)

YWCA
Counseling for individuals, couples, families. ($35-$100, Central)

LifeWorks
Low to no cost counseling for children, teens and adults. (3 locations)

SAFE Alliance
Free counseling for survivors of interpersonal violence, including domestic violence, sexual assault, sexual abuse and human trafficking. (East Austin)

Waterloo Counseling Center
Culturally sensitive mental health services to all people, regardless of gender (LGBTQ), sexual identity and expression or HIV status. (Central)

Texas Veterans Commission
Counseling options for veterans through the VA. (All over)

SIMS Foundation
Low to no cost mental health care for professional musicians. (All over)

Crime Victim’s Compensation
They don’t make referrals to specific providers, however if you have been the victim of a crime your mental health care costs may be eligible for compensation.